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The vast majority of GPs resisted the founding of the NHS – here’s why

By Michael Lambert, Research Fellow and Director of Widening Participation, Lancaster University
Securing the reluctant assent of general practitioners (GPs) was one of Labour health minister Nye Bevan’s most difficult tasks in founding the NHS by July 5 1948.

The events behind this have been the subject of two new plays in the west end of London: one by Michael Sheen, the other by Lucy Kirkwood. The events themselves are even more…The Conversation

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